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AI Assistance in Email Drafting Could Soon Simplify Gmail

Google is working on a new “Help me write” feature for Gmail that is set to make drafting emails even easier with the help of AI. According to TheSpAndroid (via Android Authority), this upcoming option will enable users to use their voice to draft an email or instruct the AI on what to write. Instead of dictating the text, users can speak out the prompt and Gmail’s AI will craft the email for them.

The process is simple – when typing a new email or replying to one, a voice typing setup will appear with a big mic button. Users can tap it, start talking, and their prompt will show up above the recording button. After finishing, users can hit “Create” and Gmail will generate an email using its AI. If users decide to abandon the recording, there is a “Draft email with voice” button at the bottom left of the email.

The exact release date for this new option is still unclear, but it is expected to first reach Workspace Labs users before being rolled out to everyone. Currently, the “Help me write” feature is available in the Workspace Labs program, which allows Google to test new features with a small group of users before a widespread release.

For those interested in trying out the “Help me write” feature, they can sign up for the Workspace Labs program, which is currently only available in US English. However, there is no guarantee of acceptance. Here are the steps to sign up:

1. Go to the Gmail Workspace Labs page.
2. Click the “Get early access” button.
3. Sign in to your Google account.
4. Select the features you are interested in trying out.
5. Click the “Submit” button.

If selected for the program, users will receive an email notification.

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